The Big Five Personality Traits, Openness, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, And Neuroticism

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Using some of the Big Five Personality Traits, Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism, the character of John will be brought to light. John is a common man, a hard worker, a family man, and also happens to be my dad. But what sets him apart?
For one, He is highly intelligent and great at jeopardy due to all the useless facts he knows about a variety of subjects. He exhibits a large and rich vocabulary on a daily basis. Combined with his love of art and music, this would make you think he is a very open man, if you understood what that meant, and you would be right. Furthering this evidence that he exhibits a great deal of this trait known as “Openness,” he is always taking forever on family trips to take pictures of everything we see, specifically landscape wise. He also often ponders the meaning of life and what happens to us after we die, and is always voting for the most liberal candidate in an election. Openness as has been described through the aspects of my father’s personality is the ability to go against the norm and to see things past what they appear to be on the surface. When one has a high level of the trait of Openness, they have a great love of Art and can become easily absorbed in these things. They are open to novel and innovative ideas and have rich fantasies to create a more elaborate, striking, and extraordinary world.
He is a very “out-of-the-box” thinker, coming up with strange games like trying to sing a song to the

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